This past winter, I wrote about LightLane, a concept design for a lighting system that paints a virtual path around your bike at night to encourage cars to keep a safe distance. The idea caught the Internet's imagination, so much so that it's soon going to be a real product:
The video is kind of cool, and I tend to think something like this actually could work. If I were a driver, I'd take the hint. More info at the LightLane web site.
Now maybe someone will get to work on that bike-based street chalker...
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